Saturday, 19 December 2009

CHRISTMAS GREETINGS

While it has been snowing outside, I've been tucked up in my little warm studio having fun using pen, watercolour pencil, liquid acrylic inks, gold spray and finally a little collage work to finish.

It went a bit darker than I really wanted underneath the cross on the left, so
stuck on a cut out bauble from Christmas wrapping paper. 'Cheat, cheat' I hear you say. So inspired me, I added the other two... plus the gold thread they are hanging from.


This is the result, created to wish all my blogger friends
the best of time at Christmas and every good wish for the New Year

9 comments:

RHCarpenter said...

I would never say it's cheating to use whatever you have at hand to make your work better :) Beautiful! Happy Holidays!!!

shicat said...

Merry Christmas Joan!Very Cheery

Sandra Rowney said...

WARM studio? Bah humbug!

Sandy Maudlin said...

Whatever it takes to make good art is fine with me. And what a cheerful holiday card. Merry Christmas to you, too!

DJ said...

Precious!
Lovely work, well crafted.

Merry Christmas, my new friend...

Vicki Greene said...

Wishing you a very blessed Christmas!

Robert A Vollrath said...

Merry Christmas:)

Peggi Habets said...

Very nice piece. Would make a wonderful reproduction to market. I've enjoyed your blog over the past year and look forward to another year. Happy holidays and best wishes for the coming year!

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

Glad you all liked my greetings piece this year and hope you had a great Christmas time and looking forward to fun New Year celebrations.